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Tap Into Prevention: Drinking Water Information for Health Care Providers (2004)

Tap Into Prevention: Drinking Water Information for Health Care Providers (2004)

This product contains the following film(s): Film Title: Tap Into Prevention: Drinking Water Information for Health Care Providers (2004) 48 Minutes How much do you know about the water flowing from your tap? Tap water can affect a person’s health in detrimental ways, ways that health care providers need to be aware of. “Tap into Prevention: Drinking Water Information for Health Care Providers,” covers the basic topics providers need to be aware of, such as determining contaminated water supplies, illness caused by contaminated water, how to treat and recognize the symptoms of such illnesses, and what measures should be taken to prevent a widespread pandemic due to water contamination. Beyond educating health care professionals, good tips, such as how to determine water quality from public water systems and private wells, and how to recognize if your water is contaminated, make the material relevant to everyone.

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www.pogo.org On August 6, President Obama signed into law a bill that would provide health care to the nearly 1 million victims of the 30-year water poisoning at the Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. The tireless work of documentary filmmakers, Ret. MSgt. Jerry Ensminger, the Environmental Working Group and POGO helped get this bill passed. Find out more at http
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2 Sets of MirorTag Silver – A Novel Way to Protect, Display & Put Away a Handicapped Parking Placard. Slip in your handicap placard into this 18 mils thick and uniquely designed cover and protector; unlike others, this one comes with a strong hook that will never melt or bend or break in the sun or cold. Magnetically snap the holder On & Off to a Hook you mount behind your rearview mirror once and no need to remove it unless you transfer it to another car. No more back & neck pain. No more hanging & removing, and no screw adjusting or flipping visor or rotating placard ever needed. Full protection, and ON and OFF in a snap. Size is 4.375″ wide by 10″. Tag size accepted is 4.125″ max, and any length. 2 sets included. Patent pending and proudly Made in USA

2 Sets of MirorTag Silver - A Novel Way to Protect, Display & Put Away a Handicapped Parking Placard. Slip in your handicap placard into this 18 mils thick and uniquely designed cover and protector; unlike others, this one comes with a strong hook that will never melt or bend or break in the sun or cold. Magnetically snap the holder On & Off to a Hook you mount behind your rearview mirror once and no need to remove it unless you transfer it to another car. No more back & neck pain. No more hanging & removing, and no screw adjusting or flipping visor or rotating placard ever needed. Full protection, and ON and OFF in a snap. Size is 4.375

  • Eliminates the pain & frustration to hang and remove the tag from the rearview mirror every time you park and drive.
  • No need to look for mirror post, snap your tag on with your eyes closed.
  • Protects and preserves the condition of your disabled parking placard permit.
  • Tough sturdy hook guaranteed to resist hot and cold conditions. Will NOT bend, melt or break
  • Easy to transfer to another vehicle if needed. Store registration inside holder

It is illegal in all states to drive with your handicap tag hanging from the rearview mirror, but it is not easy to hang and remove the placard as required by law. Mirortag is designed to protect and preserve your tag. It allows you to easily display and put away your handicap parking placard. Simply insert your tag into the plastic holder, place the hook on rearview mirror once. When parked, move plastic holder close to hook and the magnet will snap onto the metal plate of the holder to hold the placard in place. Before your drive, simply pull down the plastic holder to unlatch it from the hook. MirorTag has super strong magnets that keeps the placard and hook held together. Unlike all flimsy sheaths, its sturdy hook is sun & cold-resistant, protecting your placard from cracks, tears and creases. MirorTag is offered in 3 versions, MirorTag Bronze, MirorTag Silver and MirorTag Gold. Both Gold and Silver share the same hook, with the plastic holder is thinner in the Silver and Bronze models (18 mils) vs the Gold that comes with a sturdier plastic (60 mils). Extra hooks and magnets can be purchased separately for multiple cars. WARNING: rearview mirror built-in compass operation may be affected by the magnet. Made in USA.

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Question by : What happens when you get into an accident with no visible damage & no filed report or exchange of insurance?
I got into an accident earlier today. I was backing out of a parking space and the car behind me made a wide turn to take a spot and we collided at no more than 5mph. There was no visible damage on either car. We did not take pictures or exchange insurance information. She gave me her license plate number, name, phone number, and license ID and I did the same. Can this hurt me in the future? Can a claim be made against me using only this information?

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Answer by Kenny
If no one reports it then nothing. That use to be the old days when cars had bumpers.

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Tap Into Prevention: Drinking Water Information for Health Care Providers (2004)

Tap Into Prevention: Drinking Water Information for Health Care Providers (2004)

This product contains the following film(s): Film Title: Tap Into Prevention: Drinking Water Information for Health Care Providers (2004) 48 Minutes How much do you know about the water flowing from your tap? Tap water can affect a person’s health in detrimental ways, ways that health care providers need to be aware of. “Tap into Prevention: Drinking Water Information for Health Care Providers,” covers the basic topics providers need to be aware of, such as determining contaminated water supplies, illness caused by contaminated water, how to treat and recognize the symptoms of such illnesses, and what measures should be taken to prevent a widespread pandemic due to water contamination. Beyond educating health care professionals, good tips, such as how to determine water quality from public water systems and private wells, and how to recognize if your water is contaminated, make the material relevant to everyone.

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Question by Akai: Obama signs the Healthcare bill into law today, so now what?
Okay, so the Healthcare law will now be a law.
So, now what?
What are your feelings on this issue?

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Answer by USA NOT USSA
IMPEACH IMPEACH IMPEACH

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When Derek Amato crashed headfirst into the hard bottom of a pool, he was scared about what he might have done to his brain. But amazingly the fallout from that accident wasn’t all bad.When Derek Amato crashed headfirst into the hard bottom of a pool, he was scared about what he might have done to his brain. But amazingly the fallout from that accident wasn’t all bad.







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President Obama signs the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, a historic piece of legislation that will expand health insurance coverage to millions of Americans and put an end to the worst insurance industry practices.
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Republican-led U.S. House of Representatives defied a veto threat by President Barack Obama on Friday and voted to take money from his healthcare overhaul to extend low-interest rates for federal student loans.

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President Obama signs the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, a historic piece of legislation that will expand health insurance coverage to millions of Americans and put an end to the worst insurance industry practices.

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